August 2014 Live Music Schedule

Saturday, August 2nd at 6pm:
EMPTY FLOWERS (ex-Cable members with great new remix LP out on Redscroll)
LANDING  (shoegaze drone pop masters, MOJO gave ‘em 5 out of 5 stars)
KOHOUTEK  ("psych improv with noise abstraction "from Philadelphia)
UNCLE JESSI ("poetic spirituality," includes two thirds of INSTANT FAMILY)

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Sunday, August 3rd at 3pm:
MORNING ARMS (out of Chicago, post-rock, folk, and baroque pop)
BAG OF BONES ("ambient emo post-rock" from New York)
BIRTH OF FLOWER  (Inflluenced by Neu!, Wire, Television, Can, Mission of Burma)
JACKET THOR  (Singer/songwriter Ryan K comes back to Willimantic Records)

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Thursday, August 7th at 7pm:
DR. MARTINO (EP release show for Willimantic jangle pop surf combo)
SPECTRAL FANGS (Danbury based "noisy power pop”)
KAM KAMA  ("new-wave/darkish post-punk band from Bloomington, Indiana)
OCTOPHANT  (from Hartford, CT - formerly known as The Vaporized)

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Saturday, August 16th at 5pm:
FLORIDA=DEATH (great new LP from one of  the best bands around)
BLOODPHEASANT  (Tor Johnson recording artists - “doom folk grunge”)
PATCH KIT (Broken World Media  band with excellent recent cassette)
OMEGA VAGUE (Dream pop band from Hartford)
WEAK TEETH  (hardcore "screamo" from Providence)

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Monday, August 18th at 7pm (store will open at 5pm):
SPIT-TAKE (first show back in Willimantic since moving to New Haven)
CRAB LEGS (“energetic punk from Fargo, North Dakota”)
THE FRIENDLY GHOST (“New London county folk rock”)

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Friday, August 29th at 4:30pm:
ROOSTER (groove heavy music with lots of swingin' percussion)
A second band will play as well, details still to be announced. This show will happen in conjunction with the Coventry Regional Farmers Market's special Willimantic pop-up Happy Hour event on Jillson Square.


Always all-ages,  all shows are free with donations to the musicians encouraged.